Strong words on Brexit are flying in political circles. But behind the theatre, concerns about the future of London’s fund management sector are emerging
In contrast to complaints that Brussels’s legislation burdens the financial sector, the European Commission may be gratified by the positive response to its flagship Capital Markets Union (CMU) programme.
Some US pension funds say they may be paying too much for their investments in private equity and are seeking different approaches
With interest rates rising, the US pension risk transfer market is expected to grow substantially
“Fiduciary management has turned into a sophisticated exercise of managing increasingly complex investment value chains”
It is widely known that EIOPA is studying the possibility of a new EU legal framework for a pan-European occupational defined contribution pension regime
Generally missing from the discussion on climate change is an identification of the incentives that can drive change
The former CEO of the Investment Association, the trade body that represents UK investment managers, has made a disruptive proposal on CEO pay
Around the beginning of the 2000s enthusiasm for pension funding was at a high. As Germany took measures to unwind the cosy ‘Rhineland capitalism’ cross-share-holdings, book reserve pension liabilities seemed like yesterday’s solution
This spring marks 20 years since the first issue of IPE. Our founders Piers Diacre and Fennell Betson started this publication with an assumption that funded pension systems would become more widespread in time, leading to increased diversification and a need for clear, well-researched and well-presented information.
Registered users are entitled to the first digital issue of IPE with the compliments of the IPE.com team.